After some verbal sparring between the mayor and some supervisors, the Board of Supervisors approved a $26.8 million bailout to the SFPD to pay more overtime for police officers.
City Hall: Gordon Mar
A budget is a moral document. And our City’s budget, recently signed into law by Mayor London Breed, is not only moral, but balanced – fiscally and ideologically. It reflects a collaborative, constructive and historic investment in addressing the biggest priorities and challenges facing our City.
Commentary: Alan Wong
For far too long, City College has suffered from budget problems that have hampered its financial stability, threatened its accreditation and discouraged enrollment.
District 7 Participatory Budgeting Voting
From April 1st through April 14th you can vote on several budget items that effect
$1 Million Spread Around District 4
Each fiscal year, members of the SF Board of Supervisors are given money in the city
budget to spend on items important to the supervisor and district.
Assembly – Phil Ting
… our open
spaces are precious treasures and our historic buildings face the pressures of
City mulls future of federal budget cuts
“Imagine your personal budgets. If you had to cut 13 percent pretty abruptly, it would probably hurt,”
Assembly – Assemblyman Phil Ting
The state budget is the most powerful tool California has in fighting poverty and improving the lives of our people.
It provides a framework for us to strengthen the middle class.